Tobias Huppertz successfully defended his Master thesis

(2015-02-25; General Info)

Congratulations to Tobias Huppertz who successfully defended his Master thesis “an indexing approach for approximate matching using Bloom filters” on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015. This was a collaboration between the University of applied sciences (Hochschule Darmstadt) and the University of New Haven. Abstract A major challenge in digital forensic investigation is the automated presorting of data to […]

Moving to the United States – ToDo’s

(2014-10-04; General Info)

Moving to a new place is always a big huddle — moving to a different state is even a bigger one. While moving I took notes what I had to consider and had to do which I would like to share with you. This list is by far not complete but it might give you some […]

Joined University of New Haven

(2014-09-02; General Info)

Starting in September, I joined the University of New Haven (CT, US) as an Assistant Professor. I will support the UNH Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group and teach different lectures in the area of Cyber Security / Cyber Forensics. Why I joined UNH? It is a small, rising University which is extremely practical oriented. I also […]

Finally a PhD

(2014-07-01; General Info)

On Monday, June 30th 2014, I successfully defended my PhD thesis  “On the utility of bytewise approximate matching in computer science with a special focus on digital forensics investigations” after being a member of the da/sec group since 2011. I would like to thank the members of the examing committee: Prof. Dr. Stefan Katzenbeisser (TU Darmstadt), Prof. Dr. […]